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JEONJU-CITY ENGLISH BLOG, AUGUST – SEPTEMBER FOREIGNERS’ COMMENTS EVENT!

Jeonju is the most Korean city! Welcome to Jeonju-City Blog. This blog is trying to convey various information about Jeonju in English to foreigners. Which posts on this blog are you interested in? Please leave your impressions in English on the blog posts published from August to September 2020. Various gifts are prepared for the foreigners who participated in the event.

💚Period
August 3rd(Mon) ~ September 30th(Wed)

💚Participation
Visit the blog of Jeonju city(https://jeonjucity.kr/) and post comments on interesting posts posted from August to September 2020.

*There is no difference between the number of comments per person and the possibility of winning.

*Winners are selected randomly.

💚Winner Announcement
October 2nd(Fri)

💚Prize
Amazon gift card $100(1), Americano gift card(30)

*Amazon gift card winner must pay 22% of the product tax.

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  • Melissa

    This is great!

  • Şeyma Esma Uygun

    Second time to partipicate this event. I didnt win yet.

  • Kinley Tenzin

    i love Jeonju, but the one which stands out will always be bimbimbap. i just love it. its all worth it. pleas try the bimbimbap there

  • Vickey Anand

    I love jeonju, because It is known as the most beautiful scenic spot in the state. To get here, you have to walk a short distance, crossing the bottom of the overpass and crossing the river. This location is also strange, as if hiding on a small hill beside the highway overpass. But here, the scenery of the platform is also very beautiful. But apart from this, there is nothing else.

  • ali khan

    I love the place Taejoro Jeongja – the widest pavilion in Jeonju.furthmore the Taejoro Jeongja is the traditional pavilion located at Taejoro, the main street of Jeonju Hanok Village. It’s probably the most popular pavilion in Jeonju. Moreover,It’s Taejoro ‘Jeong’ja since its not higher than an adult height. The pavilion is usually bustling with visitors. However, in mornings, the pavilion is rather idle except for some elderly residents of the Hanok Village. I believe morning is the best time to feel the ambience of the Hanok Village from the pavilion.

  • Basuki Batara

    I love JEONJU HANOK VILLAGE, We went to the hanok village in Seoul and in comparison, we prefer the Jeonju Hanok Village so much more. Unlike the Buchon Hanok Village, no one will tell you to lower your voice, there are no slopes to climb and it has such a romantic feel to it. Pay USD15 to dress up for 4 hours in a hanbok and take lots of lovely pictures around the village. Visit the Jeondong Catholic Cathedral Jeonju Hyanggyo Confucian School, Gyeonggijeon Shrine, and Pungnammum Gate all within the village. Then go across the road to the Omokdae and Jaman Art Village. A wonderful way to spend the day.